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原住民青少年族群認同歷程與校園族群互動研究
A Study of Ethnic Identity and Ethnic Interaction Phenomena among Indigenous Adolescents in a Junior College
1.呂雀芬
1.Cheu-fen Lu
1.長庚大學護理學系
1.School of Nursing, Chang Gung University
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1.長庚大學護理學系
1.School of Nursing, Chang Gung University
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1.行政院國家科學委員會
1.National Science Council
A.14 計畫執行期間(起):2003-08-01
A.14 計畫執行期間(訖):2004-07-31
2004-06-142004-09-14
A.16 收到日期:2004-11-29
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台北縣泰山鄉原住民青少年

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C.2 聯絡日期:2004-12-01
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1.長庚大學護理學系
1.School of Nursing, Chang Gung University
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C.7 資料公開日期:2007-08-01
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1.原住民
2.族群互動
3.族群認同
1.Ethinic Interaction Phenomena
2.Ethnic Identity
3.Indigenous Adolescence
 Ethnic identity related topics have been identified as one of major issues in the world as well as in Taiwan. The purpose of the research was to investigate the identity state among indigenous adolescents and the related issues. There were four scales designed and used in this research: The Ethnic Identity Scale, The Ethnic Distance Scale, The Ethnic Impression Scale, and The Ethnic Interaction Scale. The Chronbach α value for each scale was acceptable. The response rate of questionnaire was 99.7 %(N=726). The Ethnic Identity score among the participators was quite high, which the average score was 176.3(range 54-216). The score was no significant differences between different grades or between different tribes. In addition, the aboriginal adolescents who has aboriginal names had a significant higher score than those who without aboriginal names. The adolescents who census registered in a country side also held significant higher Ethnic Identity score than those who census registered in an urban area. The Ethnic Distance Scale showed that there was not a large Ethnic Distance score existence between Han and aboriginal group, but a t-test revealed that Han group did not tend to develop a close relationship with Indigenous group. The results of The Impression Scale showed that both Han and aboriginal tribes held more positive impression toward Aborigines than toward Han group. Furthermore, there was no significant difference between Han and aboriginal groups of The Han Impression Scale score. However, in term of The Aboriginal Impression scale, the aboriginal group got significant higher score than Han group. The Interactive Scale showed that aboriginal group had a better interaction score toward The Aboriginal Scale and reached a significant level. Similarly, Han group held higher score on The Han Interaction Scale than the aborigines and reach the statistic level, too. In correlation test, the correlation efficient among different variables for The Ethnic Identity Score from high to low was The Interaction score (.335), with or without aboriginal name (.243), The Impression score toward aboriginal (.220) and the domicile register area (-.21). Finally, stepwise regression was implied to find the best fit model. There are four independent variable researching the significant level which as same as the correlation results. The total adjusted R square R (20%) was not high enough.

 Ethnic identity related topics have been identified as one of major issues in the world as well as in Taiwan. The purpose of the research was to investigate the identity state among indigenous adolescents and the related issues. There were four scales designed and used in this research: The Ethnic Identity Scale, The Ethnic Distance Scale, The Ethnic Impression Scale, and The Ethnic Interaction Scale. The Chronbach α value for each scale was acceptable. The response rate of questionnaire was 99.7 %(N=726). The Ethnic Identity score among the participators was quite high, which the average score was 176.3(range 54-216). The score was no significant differences between different grades or between different tribes. In addition, the aboriginal adolescents who has aboriginal names had a significant higher score than those who without aboriginal names. The adolescents who census registered in a country side also held significant higher Ethnic Identity score than those who census registered in an urban area. The Ethnic Distance Scale showed that there was not a large Ethnic Distance score existence between Han and aboriginal group, but a t-test revealed that Han group did not tend to develop a close relationship with Indigenous group. The results of The Impression Scale showed that both Han and aboriginal tribes held more positive impression toward Aborigines than toward Han group. Furthermore, there was no significant difference between Han and aboriginal groups of The Han Impression Scale score. However, in term of The Aboriginal Impression scale, the aboriginal group got significant higher score than Han group. The Interactive Scale showed that aboriginal group had a better interaction score toward The Aboriginal Scale and reached a significant level. Similarly, Han group held higher score on The Han Interaction Scale than the aborigines and reach the statistic level, too. In correlation test, the correlation efficient among different variables for The Ethnic Identity Score from high to low was The Interaction score (.335), with or without aboriginal name (.243), The Impression score toward aboriginal (.220) and the domicile register area (-.21). Finally, stepwise regression was implied to find the best fit model. There are four independent variable researching the significant level which as same as the correlation results. The total adjusted R square R (20%) was not high enough.

D.16 完成檢誤日期:2006-03-07
D.17 預定釋出日期:2007-08-01
D.18 初次釋出日期:2007-08-01
D.19_1 最新版釋出日期:2007-08-01
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10.6141/TW-SRDA-E92039-1
http://efenci.srda.sinica.edu.tw/webview/index.jsp?object=http://efenci.srda.sinica.edu.tw:80/obj/fStudy/E92039
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